We read about Muio's in a magazine we got on the Agawa Train Tour that mentioned the strong Sault Sainte Marie Italian heritage. Our Saturday dinner experience was excellent! Most of the patrons were elderly locals well-known to each other and the staff- always a good sign. They make their own sauces and ravioli, so we ordered spaghetti and ravioli from the senior menu, which has many choices, all for $9.95 each. This included coleslaw or a salad (with an option to upgrade to a Caesar salad for $1.25, which was outstanding), Italian bread, and tea or coffee. My husband had one meatball, which was very tasty. I got the 1/4 chicken and was pleased to be asked "white or dark meat?", choosing dark. It was broasted- very crispy but moist. A couple with two toddlers sat near us and the staff was SO helpful, providing crayons and paper to keep the kids busy, finding a safer "big boy chair" for the 2 yr old who refused to sit in the "baby chair" but almost fell when he kept standing up on the adult chair that matched others at the table. This was the one of the best dining experiences we've ever had for the price and would definitely recommend it!
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